Rain, rain, don’t go away … we need you!
(4 minute read) American-in-Italy Monica Sharp takes a personal view of the climate emergency from the guilty safety of her air-conditioned room.
Waking up to creation’s cry
(4 minute read) Clare Campbell offers a myriad of practical ideas for turning a papal document into a plan for action to save the world.
Five reasons why drilling for gas in the UK is a good idea
(3 minute read) Joel Chacon challenges received wisdom and argues that a compromise is needed to build a truly sustainable future.
Saving the planet at the supermarket …
(5 minute read) Jemima Childs reckons cutting down on meat can be a piece of cake.
Life after lockdown: is a kinder, more caring world possible?
(5 minute read) Brian Clarke argues that as we look forward to the end of the pandemic, we need to rethink our fundamental values. This article won third place in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.
Pushing the brake pedal
(7 minute read) Francesca Omon argues that spiritual values are just as essential as green policies to save the planet.
Lifestyle choices that can be life or death decisions
(6 minute read) Francesca Omon looks at the ethical conundrums in our attempts to plan for the future in a world of finite resources.
Our Covid response could provide a model to avoid climate crisis
(6 minute read) Margareth Sembiring looks at the similarities between the current pandemic emergency and the looming climate crisis, and identifies lessons to be learned.
Climate change: re-assessing current approaches
(6 minute read) Margareth Sembiring goes behind the headlines and slogans to identify causes and cures for our current climate woes.